Hospital consultant loses tooth in "fight" with colleague outside operating theatre

Hospital consultant loses tooth in 'fight' with colleague outside operating theatreSurgeon Jarrod Homer and anaesthetist Kamran Abbas seen 'squaring up'Pair allegedly rowed about speed patients were being taken to surgeryNurse steps in to break-up doctors but accidentally knocks out toothMr Homer and Mr Abbas asked by Manchester Royal Infirmary to stay away By Jaya Narain PUBLISHED: 10:05 GMT, 22 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:45 GMT, 22 April 2013 As respected hospital consultants at the top of their profession you might expect them to set a good example to other staff. Instead surgeon Jarrod Homer, 45, and anaesthetist Kamran Abbas, 43, went ‘toe-to-toe’ during a furious argument in a hospital corridor. The war of words escalated into an unseemly scuffle with both consultants allegedly pushing and shoving each other around

Council spends 100,000-a-year on just TWO "grammar tsars" to help teachers prepare 10-year-olds for exams

Council spends 100,000-a-year on just TWO 'grammar tsars' to help teachers prepare 10-year-olds for examsKent County Council employs two 'literacy consultants' to tutor teachersEach earns between 51,000 and 54,000 a yearMove comes ahead of new grammar tests for pupils aged 10 and 11Critics say teachers should already have firm knowledge of grammar By Damien Gayle PUBLISHED: 14:54 GMT, 29 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:10 GMT, 29 March 2013 A council has come under fire for employing two 'grammar tsars' on 50,000 each to help primary school teachers learn the answers to a new English test – for 10-year-olds. Kent County Council has employed two 'literacy consultants' to tutor primary school teachers ahead of a new grammar test for pupils aged 10 and 11 in June this year.